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Interesting Kitchenette Posters

The word kitchenette was also used to refer to a type of small apartment prevalent in African American communities in Chicago and New York City during the mid-twentieth century. Landlords often divided single-family homes or large apartment units into smaller units to house more families. Living conditions in these kitchenettes were often wretched; the author Richard Wright described them as “our prison, our death sentence without a trial”.

Kerem Sesen designed some interesting Kitchenette Posters that you may like.










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